Originally posted by ecross
Robert, you can still use the EMBED tag. Unless you can't run it under a browser that works, then you have to use something else. It might not meet the HTML 4 line specification at W3C though. Also, the code...
<param name="controller" value="true" />
You really don't need the slash "/" at the end there. [/B]
The "/" comes from the habit of typing XHTML, where the "/" IS required, but technically it's wrong in HTML 4.01
Though, if you MUST use propietary code like <embed> at least start using the proper <object> tag to nest it if possible.
That should make correctly working browsers use the <object> tag while leaving in the <embed> for old buggy browsers that only understands <embed>.